In the last seven days, we have covered a couple of startups on Tech in Asia, specifically from China, Indonesia, and Singapore. This week, our team is also at GMIC 2012 to cover some interesting topics surrounding entrepreneurship, which are listed below.
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Kids tend to ask many different types of questions, sometimes too many for parents to be able to answer. One solution that can offer some help to parents is Wildby is a voice-controlled Android application specially catered for children.
Qeon was recently launched at the Scusa Intercontinental Mid Plaza Hotel, Jakarta, where it also featured its first game, Shadow Company. Founded back in June of 2011, Qeon Interactive will focus on publishing games from Korea, Japan, China, and Taiwan into the Indonesian market.
Mixing photo-sharing with foodie fanaticism, the Singapore-based social food journal Burpple.com has launched its iPhone app after a few weeks in open beta.
UrbanIndo, the Indonesian online real estate marketplace, is the latest startup to slip into the East Ventures’ investment portfolio. This round of funding also sees Chandra Tjan of East Ventures joining UrbanIndo’s board of directors.
Online ad spending in China is at $9 billion – but mobile advertising spend occupies only eight percent of the pie. With more people spending more time on mobile, there is certainly a growing potential which Julu Mobile aims to tap into and transform the mobile monetization experience.
This year at GMIC, a startup called DouDou took home the win for its app, a platform to facilitate communication between parents, kids, and teachers.
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